I´m relutant to find a more vintage sounding out of my Texas Specials, I´m not much into that grit tone, I would like to have a more vintage chimey sounding out of them, but I have no option for buying another set of pickups for now.
Some Texas Special owners have succefully ajusted their pickups getting out that grit tone, getting a more "Big Dipper" kinda sounding out of them.
Just help me out posting your Texas Specials pickup height measurements in milimiters and posting some pictures of it on the pickguard so I can take some examples and try it again.
Mine are setup with 3.6mm on bass side and 2.4mm on treble side as Fender specs, tried to 4.0mm bass and 3.0mm treble too, but I would like to learn and see for myself what do you Texas Special owners do to yours on getting a more vintage vibe out of them.
Yeah, I know that this sounds like "just play with your pickup height until you hear its good", but I really wanted to make comparsion on other peoples Texas Specials to see if I´m the right milimiter range you guys found the sweet spot on them.
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